Definition of Pinheads

1. Noun. (plural of pinhead) ¹



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Definition of Pinheads

1. pinhead [n] - See also: pinhead

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pinheads

pinguecula
pinguefy
pinguescence
pinguescent
pinguicula
pinguid
pinguidinous
pinguidity
pinguin
pinguins
pinguitude
pinhead
pinheaded
pinheadedness
pinheadednesses
pinheads (current term)
pinhold
pinholds
pinhole
pinhole camera
pinholes
pinic
pinic acid
pinier
pinies
piniest
piniform
pinin
pining
piningly

Literary usage of Pinheads

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1. Effective House Organs: The Principles and Practice of Editing and by Robert E. Ramsay, ( (1920)
"The editor appreciates that his readers are not women, children or pinheads, but men who can read, agree or disagree, wholly or in part, and enjoy the ..."

2. Effective House Organs: The Principles and Practice of Editing and by Robert E. Ramsay (1920)
"The editor appreciates that his readers are not women, children or pinheads, but men who can read, agree or disagree, wholly or in part, and enjoy the ..."

3. Diseases of the Liver, Pancreas and Suprarenal Capsules by Reginald Heber Fitz, Leopold Oser, Frederick A. Packard (1903)
"Numerous foci of fat necrosis as large as pinheads, confluent in places and surrounded by thickened fat tissue infiltrated witn blood, are seen especially ..."

4. Catching's Compendium of Practical Dentistry (1895)
"To prevent this, bend the pinheads from each other, forming a wedge. To prevent pinheads showing through finished plate, bend them down towards face of ..."

5. The R.I. Schoolmaster by Rhode Island Commissioner of Public Schools (1863)
"The man who all his life does nothing but make pinheads, by limiting his faculties ... He may, perhaps, render himself worth more as a maker of pinheads, ..."

6. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1909)
"The back and head were thickly and uniformly sprinkled with black dots about the size of pinheads. Along the sides these dots became much smaller and more ..."

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